The General Federation of Women's Clubs appointed Amy Littlefield legislative director and Kateri Rosar director of finance and administration.

BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES Securities Risk Management, Ltd. of Alexandria hired Lisa Lintecum as vice president.

COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY Raxco Software Inc. of Rockville named James M. Loughry III senior vice president of sales and marketing.

Ted Smith was named vice president for aerospace at Federal Sources Inc. of Vienna.

EDUCATION Economist Thomas Schelling was appointed a professor in the Department of Economics and School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland at College Park.

The newly merged schools of St. Stephen's and St. Agnes in Alexandria appointed Joan G. Oglivy Holden head of the school.

Candace J. Nelson joined the faculty at American University's School of Public Affairs and was named director of its Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies Campaign Management Institute.

HEALTH Baltimore-based Healthcare Corp. of America named Paul Manner to the new position of manager of labor relations.

INDUSTRIAL, MANUFACTURING Lee K. Greenwald was promoted to vice president of sales for the ingredients business unit of McCormick & Co. Inc. of Hunt Valley, Md.

NONPROFIT Peter E. Petrucci was elected president of the American Cancer Society's District of Columbia division.

Amvets, a Lanham-based, congressionally chartered veterans organization, named Jonathan J. Gaffney legislative director and elected Vaughn L. Brown national commander.

Henry F. Sander was appointed administrator of the Washington chapter of Service Corps of Retired Executives.

Carolyn Boccella Bagin was named director of the document design center of the American Institutes for Research of Washington.

The Women's National Democratic Club named Karen L. McMullen general manager.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES The law firm Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld hired Sukhan Kim as a partner in its Washington office.

Phillip Crosby Associates Inc., a marketing and corporate relations firm, appointed Scot M. Faulkner as vice president in its Washington office.

Thomas P. Genis was hired as a vice president in the Washington office of the architecture and engineering firm David Volkert and Associates Inc.

The Gallagher-Widmeyer Group Inc. of Washington, a media relations company, named Kevin Bonderud a senior associate.

E. Hunter Herron was named vice president for ICF Resources Inc., a Fairfax-based energy consulting firm.

NUS Corp. of Gaithersburg hired Francis B. Lord as executive training engineer.

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